2018 White Sox Schedule
With all the attention garnered by the Chicago Cubs and their recent World Series title, it’s easy to forget about the Chicago White Sox. But of course the Sox also have a rich and vibrant history, the “other” Windy City team has just as many World Series titles (three) as the Cubbies do. The 2018 Chicago White Sox schedule marks the 118th season in club history, and it’s the first under new manager Rick Renteria. Despite the team sending ace starter Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox in a trade, that might end up being the best move for this team’s future as they got several exciting young players in the deal. Could this be the year that the White Sox make a move back to the top of the American League Central Division? Get your Chicago White Sox tickets today to find out.
The original Comiskey Park is fondly remembered as the home of the White Sox for some 80 years, but it was well past its prime when the new Comiskey Park opened in ’91. Formerly known as U.S. Cellular Field and now Guaranteed Rate Field, or “The Rate,” the new Comiskey Park has undergone several renovations since it first opened and it still stands up with the best venues in Major League Baseball. There’s plenty to see and do when you have Guaranteed Rate Field tickets, so check out the White Sox schedule and get your Sox tickets today.
Because the White Sox are in the AL Central, you’ll have plenty of chances this season to buy White Sox tickets for games against the American League Champion Cleveland Indians, and you won’t want to miss the Windy City Series against the Chicago Cubs. Now is the time to order your White Sox seats for this season.